Well into 2022, electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining tangible traction in the auto market. Ongoing product launches, infrastructure build-out, policy change and rising gas prices are greasing the ramp-up in consumer interest.
“There’s no question the number of charging stations, particularly those with direct current fast charging (DCFC) capabilities, is a mere fraction of the number of gas stations. But based on my experience, the existing charging network is actually pretty well right-sized to the EV car park right now. The good news is that the infrastructure continues to grow, which it definitely needs to do to help facilitate the transition from early to mass adoption.” – Stewart Stropp, J.D. Power